15 Parks near Woolwine, Virginia
Sep 2004 - $25.00
Although well off the beaten path, and a little hard to find, we enjoyed staying here. The park is being renovated with wider spaces and sewer hookups. It was not crowded over Labor Day weekend and there were hayrides, etc... for the kids to enjoy. They have 3 lakes for fishing and a pool for the kids. The bathrooms had been repaired and were well stocked as well as very neat and clean. If you want to get away from it all, I recommend Deer Run. They also have permanents in a certain area in the rear, but they also seemed to be tidy and quiet hours were adhered to by all. We will stay again! - campfever
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This park was just "OK" overall. The staff were friendly and helpful. The park is one of the older ones in VA and you can tell. We stayed at Hungry Mother earlier in the summer and we were quite impressed. This park just wasn't that great. They Lake is a half a mile hike from the campground downhill on a muddy trail. At least it was muddy when we were there. That being said the lake front is nice. The beach area is well manicured and there is a nice section for the kids to play. The platform with diving board was closed while we were there. We were told it was because of the lack of visibility in the water. It's a mountain lake so I'm not sure how great the visibility can be. Anyway, a good place to visit for the day, I wouldn't stay longer than a weekend. - skiles
May 2016 - $33.00
This is a very nice park. Lots of shade. Sites are very small. Some tent pads are only a few feet from the next. The sites without tent pads (Green card) are some of the smallest. Several sites are not suitable for motorhomes of any size. The water and electric service was good. Our Verizon service was adequate to stream some movies. The sites need some updates. In particular: broken pavement, stumps, roots.
The camp host was very helpful and attentive. Firewood was not available in the campground and must be brought from the park office. The bathhouse has been recently rebuilt and is nice and clean. It did run out of hot water sometimes.
Terrific beach on the lake and good fishing areas. Very pet friendly. Several nice hiking trails. I would go back if I could be sure to get a site suitable for motorhome. - HokieDon
Jun 2015 - $30.00
We had water at the site which was fantastic, and the dump station was nearby which made gray water disposal very easy. This park was absolutely beautiful and we had a blast with the kids finding fairy stones (we found a ton). The sites themselves were spaced very well, offered privacy, were easy to pull into, and were clean and orderly when we arrived. The beach area was also fantastic and we enjoyed an entire afternoon splashing around. There are climbable water features, a water slide, diving board, etc. We loved our stay and had a great time during the 3 days we were there. - hojo70
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Great place. Stayed three nights. Escorted to our site (#14). The scenic view from our campsite was perfect. Lots of room for trailer and truck. Clean; level site; good water pressure; good WiFi; nice restrooms and showers. These folks take pride in this campground. Continues to add and improve amenities. Has many events during the year. About 5 miles outside the city of Floyd, VA. - billydw
Jul 2016 - $30.00
My wife and I visited last weekend and had a great experience! I met the owner - nice guy who takes a lot of pride in his place. Everything was very clean and well organized. He escorted us to our lot and assisted in parking my trailer. Full hookups - be sure to bring the extra sewer hose, it's a long run. Water and electricity are very short runs. Wi-Fi was good - not the fastest but not bad. The owner is a retired electrical engineer so he knows how to make it work! There's no pool, dog park, playground or activities director - just a clean, picturesque park. The sites are VERY long and spacious. All have picnic tables and you can borrow a metal fire pit at the store. Firewood, ice and snacks are available too - just put your money in the box. The owner agrees campers are very trustworthy folks. The cool breezes were most appreciated during the hot late July weather! Nearby is the charming town of Floyd, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mabry Mill, Meadows of Dan, Virginia Tech, and Roanoke is about 45 minutes away. Nice place - will visit again! - JonnieK
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Spent two weeks here in a Class-A motorhome with a tow car. The sites are wide and long enough for both with room to spare. Sites are well maintained with grass between. The park is off the beaten path (I-81), but well worth the drive on VA SR8 and a county road (approx. 25 miles). Maybe a little far for an overnight. Only a few miles (4-5) to the Blue Ridge Parkway which is visible from the park. The park sometimes hosts car shows and other festivals in another part of the park consisting of nearly 200 acres, many are wooded. Most of the sites are pull-thru gravel with gravel approach roads and some back-ins. No problem with satellite reception, no cable, full hookup. Spoke with the owner several times who was actively involved. The staff was very friendly and the park was very quiet. We would go stay again. - RV_Jim
Sep 2016 - $30.00
The family decided to spend Labor Day Weekend in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia at the last minute. We looked called the office at the Meadows of Dan Campground and were pleased that they had a site with water and power for Saturday and Sunday nights.
The campground is located right off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Meadows of Dan. The road into the park was filled with pot holes, but we were warned about them before arriving. The campground was fairly full with large trailers and RVS. We were the only tent trailer. The grounds are on a hill, but the sites were mostly level.
The facilities were clean and close to the camping loop. The restrooms were small, but nice. Each trailer site had water, electric, sewer, a fire ring, picnic table, and a charcoal grill. There is a small playground and athletic field near the sites. We especially enjoyed the large field and hill that allowed for some great stargazing on Sunday night.
The campground is near the town of Meadows of Dan with a small grocery store, gift shops, a restaurant, and a candy factory. One mile north on the Blue Ridge Parkway is Mabry Mill. Hillsville is 21 miles west and home to a large flea market/festival on Labor Day Weekend.
We enjoyed our stay and wish it could have been longer. We will return in the future. - dmaerz
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We fell in love with this park! Very clean, in a rural setting with gorgeous sunsets. Park is up a hill surrounded by rolling meadows dotted with neat little cabins. We had a pull-through site but down below are some back-in sites. There were only 2 other RVs near us so we felt almost like we had the place to ourselves. Would definitely return. - Poolhall
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Our GPS really led us astray on this one, and took us all round the place, and without a "good" address, it was a tough drive, to say the least...then, when we got there, at about 5:15, the office was closed and it was raining. The office is at the bottom, then you drive up a very steep hill to reach their small campground that is pretty much a flattened hill with gravel sites laid out. There was only one other RV there, so we just pulled into a site and settled in for the night. It was still raining really hard the next morning, and I had already pre-paid, so we just packed up and left early. I left a phone msg for the owners, but they never called back. Wasn't impressed and don't think we'll return if we can help it. - MarieB
Jun 2010 - $22.00
Nice Army Corps campground on Phillpot Lake. Be aware that if you are in a motorhome or anything longer than 25ft do not travel to the lower sections of the campground. The roads are very tight and curvy. Lots of trees line the roads. We were in site 7, which is a pull through. Very tight for a 25ft trailer. Could not pull in, had to back in. Campground is very clean. The swimming beach is nice, but a good walk from the upper section. The lower section is mostly for tents and pop-ups with no water or electric. The upper bathhouse is the only one with showers, and there are only two. Make sure you bring what you need, because the campground has no store or supplies and the closest store is about 6 miles away. There is a boat ramp and two swimming beaches. We had a good time here and will return. - zeppy35
May 2016 - $13.00
Located on a point on Philpott Lake this is a very nice campground. We were on site 30 loop C, a very nice site once you get your trailer situated. This site is a bear to get into as there is a steel gate and gate post right in the area you need to maneuver. Site 29 across the road is the same, hard to get into. I took a side marker light off my 31' trailer getting in, but other than that I had no issues with the roads. The campground seems to be inhabited by lots of locals, which I suppose if I lived nearby I'd do the same. I made my reservations in February to get a site during the week in May, you can't get in on weekends they are all booked. There is a nice beach and boat ramp with a fairly large parking lot. To those of you with small children, some of the sites in loop C are not kid friendly as they have 15 to 20 sheer drops to the lake and this lake is extremely deep, even close to shore.
The restrooms were exceptionally clean. There are only 2 showers in each restroom. The dumpster is 1/2 mile up the hill, as is the dump station. There is another restroom at that location with more showers. - scjenk
Aug 2015 - $13.00
We had to reserve our sites 6 months in advance. We camp at this up to eight weekends each summer. Park ranger are friendly and the site are large in size. One of the best lakes in the area for boating. - ciderman
May 2015 - $25.00
We stayed at Goose Point for 4 nights. The views on the waterfront sites in Loop C are wonderful. Most sites in Loop C are fairly level and a hard packed sandy gravel. The roads getting in are treacherous and the park itself has tight turns and narrow roads (with curbs). If this type of thing concerns you, or if you have a very large trailer or motorhome then you should consider this. It was doable, but nerve racking with our 31' travel trailer. If you do have a larger RV then I recommend site 18 as I think it is the longest site they have. There are no sewer connections and no way to turn around and head back towards the camp sites at the dump station, so plan accordingly. If you have anything larger than a pop up camper I would recommend Loop C only. Oh, there is also very little nearby in the way of food so you may want to bring plenty with you. Did I mention the views are awesome... We may go back some day, but the steep grades and narrow roads keeps this one off our frequent visit list. - Echelon73
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This little COE park is wonderful! No TV reception, got good cell service for my phone and Hot Spot. Very convenient to Ferrum college, we used as a base while visiting our child. - 3dognights
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Very busy when we arrived during weekday afternoon with no reservation. Long wait at gate for registration, many day use people trying to get into park. Was assigned a long narrow back-in site by road with no shade or privacy, very close to neighbors who supervised our setup procedure. Typical COE campsite with picnic table and fire ring on small crushed/compacted level stone surface. Limited antenna TV and AT&T cell phone service. It was hot and would return in cooler weather when not so busy. Campground is remote from nearby towns. - davidm99
Oct 2011 - $22.00
We visited for the first time at the beginning of Oct., made reservations to return before we left. If you are used to privately owned campgrounds with all of the entertainment and amenities, you will not like this place. If you normally go to federal and state parks or boondock, you will love it! With my tow vehicle, I am 55 ft long, had no problem with the access roads or the dump station. My US cellular phone worked fine, though I could not get a signal on my air card. There is no TV, but I had a book. (even better) - 4 dog nights
Jun 2014 - $24.00
Price reflects free night for every 7 days. 30 amps/full hookups for this Airstream-only park. Sites are close together but most offer fantastic views of mountains to the west. The park sits atop of ridge around 3,000 feet in elevation. The temps were about 10 degrees cooler than surrounding lower elevations. The park is owned and managed by “Shareholders”. Shareholders take turns as the campground host. The park is very friendly and social. Visitors are treated just like Shareholders and are included in all of the many planned activities that take place each week. We stayed 9 nights but would liked to have stayed longer. Sites come with a concrete pad and all are very level. Laundry facilities are available at a very reasonable rate. The park is 75 acres and includes a number of hiking trails. Nearest large grocery store is in Floyd, about 17 miles away. - Barefootdog
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This is a small, beautiful RV park just for Airstreams. The mountain view from the campground is breathtaking with the most beautiful sunsets. The park is run by volunteer stockholders who take turns being hosts and everyone is super friendly. Guests can join in during park social events like happy hour under the trees or other activities they schedule. It's great balance of mountain tranquility and hospitality. There are no bathroom/shower facilities so plan to use your RV for that. There is a nice laundry in the clubhouse guests can use. The nearby town of Floyd is great (13 miles) and Roanaoke and Christiansburg are close by as well. Not to be missed. - red2dogs
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Only Airstream brand travel trailers and motorhomes may camp at this privately owned park. The campground is located on a 75 acre property in the Virginia mountains, convenient to I-81 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Campsites are on a ridge line affording beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. The property is meticulously maintained. Wi-Fi service was strong. There is a very nice clubhouse with library, kitchen, and laundry facilities. Park host duties are rotated among the stockholders in the property. Hosts and stockholders camping at the park were extremely friendly and helpful. Children are allowed but there are no activities specifically for them. The park is extremely quiet and peaceful. Most visitors seem to enjoy multiple day stays for quiet relaxation or exploring the local area. There is strictly enforce limit of two non aggressive pets. Sites have full hookups but there are no shower facilities. There are many recreation, cultural, entertainment, dining and shopping opportunities in nearby Roanoke, Floyd, Christiansburg, and Blacksburg. Propane can be purchased on site for a reasonable price. - Florida 55
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Had electric and water hook-ups, but otherwise just a gravel parking lot. Campground is close to the highway, but the highway noise was not objectionable. Showers were closed for the season. This park is good as a reasonable cost overnight stay when you must stay in the Christiansburg/Radford area. If space is available; the nearby Claytor Lake SP is similar cost and much nicer. - rjohnso3a
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Close to I-81. Hookups OK. But that's about it. Basically a gravel parking lot. No space between campers. The "bathhouse" was an absolute mess. Saw no signs of cleaning and it looks like it hasn't seen maintenance in years. We'd only stay here again in a pinch. - tomnorman457
Sep 2013 - $30.00
Take Note! Campground has no facilities. Bath house was not cleaned. Three of 4 toilets in both restrooms not operable. Plywood covered the deteriorated floors. Okay for overnight, if only using on-board facilities. Expensive for what you get. Payment is cash or check only. Stayed here plenty of times when kids were students at VT. No upgrades done in the last seven years, at least. Bulldoze the bath house. - 12858
Jul 2016 - $35.00
A major, mechanical break-down on I-77 turned us into temporary full-time residents at the Carrollwood RV Park, waiting for a new axle and related parts. Their weekly rate is $108 with a monthly rate of $300 (plus tax).
The CG is a grassy, hill-side knoll with back-in, pull-thru, and tent sites but none of them are very long. The CG was built back in the days when a "big rig" was a 30' travel trailer. Parking our 40' fiver was tricky. Big coaches and Prevosts need not bother. Sites are uneven grass, not very level, varying from basic, no utilities, up to FHU-30/50. Lots of tall, old growth trees and narrow, gravel-and-dirt roads in the park. Asphalt roads from the entrance to the office. There are cabins for rent. Office is usually closed but there is a phone number to the camp host. Office has some soft-drinks and snacks and a few RVing necessities. Two ponds offer fisherpersons their happy time. No pool/spa or other amenities. A very old, open-air barn is rented out for parties, weddings, and the like. I inspected the men's restroom/showers and would not use them. Ex-laundry room is now a storage locker. - StephenK
Jun 2010 - $23.00
This was our first time in our new Montana and the first time in an RV camp ground. Has the nicest and most helpful owners. He guided us to our level site and helped with the hook ups. It is a quiet, beautiful and peaceful area. We would return. - Frances Ann
Jun 2010 - $28.00
This park was cooler than the other areas we visited in the east. Lots of nice pine trees. Very tight narrow turn by office to get to sites. Big rigs and motor homes with toads would have great difficulty. We had to back up a few times to get into that narrow road. Not much room to swing around to get in straight. The park has NO water pressure. You would have trouble taking a shower or doing anything with water. Mentioned to office lady and she said they had 35 pounds of water pressure. Most RV parks have more than that! All we got was a very small stream out of the faucets. - dustytuu